After reviewing the articles from the Spring edition of the Center for Theology the last several days, I would like to review some of the defining articles from past issues–articles that define the mission, vision, and character of the Center for Theology.
First, John Pryor discusses the three main criteria that make for a “good” theology.
Next, check out the series of articles by professor Timothy Sherratt entitled “The Mission and the Crisis,” which discuss the recent history of the controversy embroiling the global Anglican Communion.
Megan DeFranza then explores God’s desire for human sexuality in a series of two articles discussing the biblical testimony on sexual relations.
Adam D. Rick describes “The Christian Difference,” or, how the Holy Spirit makes believers a new creation that distinguishes them from the “old” creation.
Megan Pryor reflects on the ways in which Anglican liturgy unifies all worshippers in the blog post “Liturgy as the Work of the People.”
Finally, Megan DeFranza offers a reflection on the power of the Eucharist, seen through the eyes of her young daughter, in the blog post “More Jesus Bread, please Mama?”